20 Parks near Hurricane, Utah
Jun 2015 - $27.00
The camp consist of full timers. Main concern was the electric output was low. No picnic tables, and sticker burrs. There has to be a better place to stay. - De order
Nov 2014 - $30.00
Stayed 3 nights. Very clean and well kept. Park appears to be "time share" type of arrangement with RV sites available at times. Park staff were great. Definitely would stay again. - Tom McKeon
Apr 2014 - $30.00
The over-night pull-through sites are available from "Camperworld" (435) 632-9440. Nice place, sites were level, partially shaded, with convenient hook-ups, concrete slab, and picnic table. Wi-Fi was not available. Easy in and easy out. RV park is about 5 miles west of Hurricane, next to Walmart. Highway noise was not noticed. Good view of the southern sky. Host was helpful and know how to guide you you in. The best thing here and the reason that I'll return in the indoor swimming pool and hot tub. Paid cash. - can'tstayput
Jun 2016 - $45.00
This is a lovely park with friendly and competent staff. It is well maintained with perfect landscaping including impeccable green lawns between sites. Our site didn't have shade but many/most sites in the park have quite a bit of shade which would likely impede satellite tv. Not to worry as they offer cable with about 50 channels. We found the park to be beautiful, quiet and relaxing. We very much enjoyed our stay.
Park wifi worked so-so which seems typical for rv parks. Verizon cell and Sprint Mifi worked perfectly.
The only suggestion is that I wish each site had a picnic table. - GottaGoNow
May 2016 - $40.00
An RV park with trees always scares me with my 40' motorhome. This park does a very good job of keeping the trees trimmed so as not to cause issues with a large RV maneuvering around the park. There were two branches in our site that I was concerned about, and they promptly sent a maintenance fellow out to trim all the branches that were of a concern. There was plenty of room between sites and the pads were exceptionally level. The WiFi was slow at peak times, but otherwise worked fine. The cable provided more than 70 channels, but if you would like satellite, make sure you request one of the "dish-friendly" sites in the back. The campground was quiet during the night time hours and the staff was friendly and helpful. - Good Vibes
May 2016 - $45.00
A beautiful quaint park right off the main drag in Hurricane. There are large, wide grass patches between each concrete pad, a very accomodating and friendly office staff, nice mature shade trees and the park is very quiet.
Satellite signal was no issue. Wifi however, was non-existent. - Tee Gysin
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Location, Location, Location.... This is the closest RV park to Zion. If you do not have a towed its the best option for visiting Zion. we went in July when it was 97 degrees so if you want AC you need a full hookup so your rig does not melt inside.
The Virgin river is right on the camp ground . Bring some tubing rings and you can tube on the river. They charge $23 to rent them near the park. You start with tubes near the commercial area at the visitor center. You can take to last stop near shuttle stop 8 if you want. There are about 15 sites with 30 amp service right on the river primo spots!!!
You are on shuttle stop 3 close enough to bike or walk to Zion visitors center as well if the shuttles get full in summer time.
We rented shoes and a stick to hike the narrows. You do not need the shoes in the summer when water is warm but you need a good solid hiking stick. You can use a nice pair of sneakers that can get wet. Bring one for the nice beautiful unique hike! Bring a solid waterproof bag for your phone camera and lots of water (97 degrees in summer!)
The Showers and bathrooms were ACed as well. They are newly built and really nice now. Maintained clean.
The other reviews are spot on small sites, laundry, near neighbors, etc. I gave an 8* due to location. If you are looking for a plush resort go further from Zion and drive in. - Pumpman2
Jun 2016 - $42.00
$42 was the weekly rate. The campground is in an ideal location for visiting Zion, and is walking distance to stores and restaurants in Springdale. The town shuttle stops at the entrance to the campground, and will take you all through Springdale or drop you off just outside the Zion entrance, or you can walk to the Zion entrance from the campground. Verizon and AT&T worked well. The sites are extremely tight, especially for big rigs with tow vehicles. We lucked out and were assigned to what was one of the biggest sites in the RV park (which was still pretty small). The Virgin River runs around the edge of the park, and just on the other side of the river is the national park's Watchman Campground, so campers from both parks lined the river daily swimming and relaxing. We swam our dog in the river during our walks to keep him cool (temperatures were in the 90's during our visit), and waded across the river ourselves. The location and river were the highlights for us. The site size was the big negative for us. We'd consider returning, but may instead try the adjacent National Park campground next time instead. - LifeRebooted
Jun 2016 - $50.00
Positive points: Zion shuttles are at the front of the RV park. There's a market (VERY expensive!), a few restaurants, and gift shops around the park. Take the shuttle to Springdale and enjoy a day of walking that quaint and darling town! Take the shuttle to Zion Nat'l Park for a day of hiking and sightseeing. The view from one side of our RV was fabulous once the other RV left.
Negative points: Internet is dismal. Difficult to connect and stay connected. My iPad never could hook up because it said the connection could not be found. My laptop also had difficulty connecting and WiFi was very slow. Laundry costs are outrageous! $2.00 to wash and $2.00 to dry for 45 mins....if your clothes do not get dry, it's another $2 bucks for another 45 mins that you don't need. No bill changer, no soap dispenser. Do your laundry before you arrive. Too expensive for a dirt/gravel pull-thru with no lawn (unless you count the tall weeds/grass around the small tree). Our site sloped downhill. RV sites are very close together and the lanes are fairly narrow. We had to back up and maneuver out because of a truck parked in front of the RV in front of us. We had to keep our shades down for privacy. Try to get an end space! The fire ring was in a weird location...close to the next space's sewer and near the road. The picnic table was near the fire ring. We didn't use the fire ring. - Pamilu
May 2016 - $36.00
Park is convenient to everything in St George. It is close to the interstate, but not very noisy. Water, sewer, and electric work well. Sites were short and wide back-ins. The RV parked on one side of cement patio with the tow vehicle on the other side. Wi-Fi was unreliable. OK when park was not full. Slow and would come and go at other times. Verizon MiFi was horrible. Speed test was 200 kbps. - Hiker 111
May 2016 - $41.00
We stayed here for two nights in a 40 foot motorhome with tow so we could visit Zion National Park. They are closed on Sunday but I left a message and a young woman called me back and told me that there would be a list of available sites on the door for those arriving without reservations. We unhooked our tow and looked at available sites and found an easy pull thru to accommodate us. The next morning we stopped by office and paid. The staff is very nice and helpful. A young man even tried to help us find a park on our next stop. The wi-fi was good. The spot we were in was just a dirt lot but had everything we needed. They do have nice paved sites and they are definitely big rig friendly. We would definitely stay here again. - nefagirl
May 2016 - $40.00
My main complaint about this park is the Internet service. Normally, I don't expect too much from the Wi-Fi service at an RV park. But I was paying $40 a night at the weekly rate and the Wi-Fi was horrible. Half the time, I could not connect. The rest of the time I could connect for a few minutes to 30 minutes and then was disconnected. They had access points throughout the park but the central router could not handle the load. Each site had a large concrete patio with a good parking space across the patio from the RV. The utility station is getting old. My water faucet handle broke off and had to be turned with pliers. Cable TV was good. Verizon air card service was very poor. My 4G JetPack service was 150 kBps. - Comdac
Apr 2007 - $25.00
As if May 2007 Settler's is closed permanently. St George has closed several large parks in the past few years, I hope they don't close anymore! - hotrod4x5
May 2006 - $25.00
I rate this park as an "Overnight" stop. Numerous long term sites, some in bad need of repair and clean-up. On the positive side, the location is good for local services. - fredandbonnie
Sep 2005 - $30.00
Privately owned park right off I15. Owner is so nice and has several full time residents who work around park who are also nice. August/September was our second stay as have kids in St. George. Overall park is fairly clean. Used the laundry room and felt it could be cleaner along with inside of machines. Sites could be swept up between campers. Lots of permanent campers. Park is close to highway, shopping, site seeing and is comfortable. If going through there close to weekend call ahead as fills up fast on Fridays and not many other places around to be right in St. George. - jensjems
Jun 2016 - $54.00
About 14 miles from the Zion National Park entrance, this park effectively caters to those who want luxurious surroundings, and charges accordingly. The access roads are paved. Sites are fairly level concrete pads separated by grass and a nice gravel patio with a table and fire ring. Although spacing is a bit tight, our site easily accommodated a 37' MH and toad. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups were convenient. The WiFi signal was strong and thruput reasonable, and they even have a Verizon booster so we could make calls by going to the office. We didn't use the bathrooms or laundry. Central facilities include an outdoor pool, a game room, and a social hall. Everything is extremely clean, neat and well cared for. As expected for such high-end accommodations, they charge a premium price. - DaveInOhio
Jun 2016 - $60.00
Pleasant. Very nice. Our rig is large (45') so a little tight and gravel not paved sites. However we enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay here again. Convenient to Zion and restaurants. The campground is very dog friendly and everyone cleans up after pet. Situated along Virgin River. Shade trees a plus. Nice store , well stocked. - Cake on the beach
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Very nice park with long enough pull through some, well laid out full hookups, some shade, but the satellite still worked, lush green grass.....is a pleasure to sit outside here. Would definitely stay here again! - MerBee
Jun 2016 - $30.00
I give this an 8 because it's not full hookup and sites are close together. Other than that, it is great. With the temperatures in the area, it is nice that the national park campground has sites with electricity. The Virgin River flows along the edge of the park and many people were beating the mid-day heat by lounging in the river. Definitely a bonus to the campground. The sites are very close so if you are sitting outside you are going to hear everyone else's music and conversation. It's still better than any private/commercial campground. Location to the Zion park buses is unmatched. I can't imagine staying outside of this park. The vehicle entry gate to the park gets a line early in the AM and the parking lots fill quickly. When you are camping in the park though you simply walk maybe 1/4 mile to the visitor center. No traffic, no backups. There is a long line in the morning for the shuttle buses. Hikers like to get moving early. - WineStream
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Paid $15 a night with passport America. Electric only and most sites are back-in. The bathrooms were clean. No showers in campground. Picked loop A site 06. Inside the loop. Close to the visitor center but far enough away from the noise. Loved this campground because of location. Gladly gave up showers laundry and full hook up for location. Parking usually was full by mid morning so it was nice to just walk right to shuttles straight from campsite. Would definitely stay again. - schemmy
May 2016 - $30.00
Spacious sites, some have more shade than others. Electric only at site, dump site and fresh water available at the exit. No showers in the campground. Beautiful setting. Easy access to town, visitor center, and park shuttle. Very popular park; reserve sites online early.
We stayed here 5 nights in a motorhome. - 76Gator
Jun 2016 - $14.00
Park had many spaces available. Almost all spaces a pull-through however they require quite a bit of leveling. Water and Electricity were fine. Camp says they have WiFi but never was able to get it to work. No phone reception if using Verizon. - Benzomik
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Pool was dirty with grass and stuff floating all the time. It goes to about 5 feet deep and we used it a lot with our grandson who was 5. The chairs were on the dried out grass which went into the pool. There was a shower there however no dressing rooms. You had to go to the bathrooms to change.
They have a breakfast in the AM about one day a week. We were there and had missed it. The camp ground it up the hill from the office. The place is a long way from the highway as you past several campgrounds on the way through the towns. Long walk to the restrooms and the site was not level! - JR-6kids
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Access CG from Rt 9, via SR 318 (Quail Lake Rd). Check-in at the Welcome Center and be escorted to your assigned site. WSE in gravel sites, level isn't difficult in most. Sites ARE close together and with RV's side to side and slides open there isn't much room between. Parking for the toad or tow vehicle is tight. There is room opposite for patio and picnic table, some sites with shade, others not. Pool open daily and restrooms and showers clean. Laundry clean and large $1.50 wash & $1.25 dry. Staff was friendly but not truly informative. Website says CTV, front desk said "not hooked up". Maintenance staff said it works, everywhere, and it did. Some maintenance is being ignored by management. This is a busy location, close to Zion and Kolob Canyon, a day trip to Bryce Canyon. The good view sites on the west edge are now occupied with "Get away" Cabins. We enjoyed our stay here and will return. - SilverBear
May 2016 - $35.00
A very nice little park. Sites are pretty tight but ok. Sites are level. Bathrooms, clubhouse, laundry facilities are all very nice. This is primarily a park for snowbirds, but our crew of 7 (including 5 in the under-10 crowd) never felt out of place or unwelcome. - JPen365
Apr 2016 - $29.00
We were here with another couple for 5 nights while we visited surrounding areas. The sites were gravel and were close together but it was such a quiet park we didn't notice after a while. It's a couple of blocks off Main Street in small town of Leeds, a semi-rural area. A roomy grass area for the pets, and also good dog-walking on the street outside.
The main showers were closed for renovations but the showers/restrooms in clubhouse building were available and extremely clean and well-maintained. They had a "homey" feel, not an institutional, generic bath. We used the clubhouse once for a Scrabble game while waiting for laundry in the same building; again, very clean and well-kept. This would be very good for group dinners or get-togetherness if not enough room in RV or on outside patios. We would definitely stay here again.
The only reason service was not rated Excellent was unavailability of park owner/manager when we needed ice but that was a minor issue, in the long run... - Carol P
Oct 2015 - $38.00
This park was predominately filled by long term residents. It had several sites for overnight. The park looked like it could use some updating. Laundry facilities were being updated while we were there. We were right by the WiFi antenna and got good reception. There was good cable TV provided. The park was graveled,dusty, with a concrete pad on site. Most of the sites had plenty of shade. It was satisfactory for a quick stop over in Zion National Park, which was 40 miles away. It was close to St. George without the traffic of St. George. - rvflight
May 2016 - $30.00
This is a beautiful state park with flat paved sites, with well functioning full hookups. Each site has a barbeque grill, and a shelter for protection against the sun or rain. There is plenty of space to park a car as well as the RV. The sight of the surrounding mesas and mountains is gorgeous. This campsite was so beautiful and perfect, that I can find nothing could do to make it better. - hoppytoad
May 2016 - $28.00
Wow, what a beautiful place! The campground is adjacent to a lake and is surrounded by mountains. The sites in the Westside Campground have full hookups (water, 50 amp electric, and sewer). The park is big rig friendly and easy in/easy out. Entry road and campground roads are paved. Sites are asphalt and nicely spaced, with most looking to be relatively level, but one site in particular (site 39) has a slope at the front of the site that would make it a difficult site for motor homes. There are back in and pull through sites. There isn't any privacy between sites and there is no shade, but all sites offer great views. There is a covered picnic table, fire ring and grill at each site. Services were conveniently located and all functioned properly. Verizon voice/data worked well. There were approximately 15 OTA channels. The campground is located just outside of Hurricane, with St. George being about 10 miles away. There is a place on site that rents ATVs and pontoon boats. - Guinness
May 2016 - $30.00
I'll start by saying we could fit two 37' RV's in our pull-thru site and still have room for my tow. Asphalt pad and roads, excellent full hookups, and SPACE between each site. New alum. picnic table with metal canopy at each site. Panoramic view of surrounding hills and lake. One of THE best campsites I've ever been in...for under $75. If not for the showers I would rate this a 9.5. Showers? They are CLEAN. Bad news is that they are push button. Further, a push give you 10 seconds!!! So ya push and push and change thumbs so as not to develope one thumb bigger than the other. Oh...and no shade...to block your beautiful view!!!! Too bad I live a 1,000 miles away or I'd be here most weekends. Thanks Sand Hollow State Park. We stayed on top of the hill in site #23. - Sweatlife